How to improve memory power in students?

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What is the importance of memory?

Your brain determines whether information needs to be saved when an event occurs when you learn something, or when you meet someone. If the information is deemed important by your brain, it is saved in your memory "files"; Memory is the process of storing and recalling experiences in the brain. People make use of their memories at all times of their lives. They must be able to recall words and ideas in order to speak or write. People recall the movements they learned as children even when walking or eating.

 

Scientists have discovered that memories cause chemical changes in the brain's neurons (nerve cells). Memory paths are formed as a result of the chemical changes. These paths can be stored in the brain for a few seconds or for the rest of a person's life.


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What are some of the foods that improve memory?

Foods you eat can help keep your brain healthy and improve specific mental abilities like memory and concentration. Diets rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, fish, healthier fats, herbs, and seeds, as well as other brain-boosting foods, include:

 

Fruits

Berries are antioxidant powerhouses that can protect the brain from oxidative damage. Blueberries are high in anthocyanin and other flavonoids, which may help to improve brain function. Resveratrol, a memory-enhancing compound, is abundant in grapes. 

 

Watermelon contains a high amount of lycopene, another potent antioxidant. It's also a good source of pure water, which is good for memory and brain health. Avocado is a fruit high in monounsaturated fat, which helps to improve blood cholesterol levels and improve memory function when consumed in moderation instead of saturated fats.

 

Whole grains and legumes

Complex carbohydrates include cracked wheat, whole-grain couscous, chickpeas, and lentils.

Because brain cells run on glucose derived from carbohydrates and do not store excess glucose, they require a constant supply. Complex carbohydrates are the brain's preferred food because they provide a steady supply of glucose. They take longer to digest and are high in folate, a B vitamin that aids memory.


Seafood

Salmon, trout, mackerel, herring, sardines, pilchards, and kippers are high in omega-3 fatty

acids, which are good for your heart. When consumed one to two times per week, these have been shown to improve memory. Fish consumption can raise cholesterol levels, so it's best to eat them in moderation.

 

Healthy fats

When used in place of saturated or transfat, olive oil provides monounsaturated fat, which can help lower LDL cholesterol levels. Extra-virgin olive oil is the least processed and has the

highest concentration of antioxidant compounds. Walnuts, for example, are high in omega-3

fatty acids, which help to lower triglycerides, improve vascular health, moderate blood pressure, and prevent blood clotting.

What are 3 memory strategies?

School children's memory demands are much higher than those of adults. We have a lot of the knowledge and skills we need to function on a daily basis as adults. 

 

Many students struggle with memory issues. Students who have problems registering information in short-term memory have a hard time remembering what they've just been told, what they've just heard during conversations, lectures, and discussions, and what they've just read. Working memory problems cause students to lose track of what they're doing while they're doing it.

  • Sensory memory takes in information from the senses and stores it accurately, but only for a short time (from a few hundred milliseconds to one or two seconds). It is a necessary step in the process of storing information in short-term memory.

  • A short-term memory or a temporary record that you use all the time is called short- term memory. For a few dozen seconds, most of us can only hold about seven units of information. It's a necessary step on the way to long-term memory, the next stage of retention.

  • Long-term memory keeps track of all the significant events in our lives, allowing us to remember the meanings of words and the physical skills we've acquired. Encoding, storage, and retrieval are the three steps involved in forming long-term memory.


Brilliant tuitions - Best online tuitions in Dubai, recommends parents and student to watch this video and prepare a diet plan, to ensure that students get correct diet to increase the memory power.


How students can sharpen their brain power for exams? 

  • Have a Restful Night's Sleep

It goes without saying how important it is to get enough sleep. However, in gadget addicted world, sleep can be difficult to come by. As a result, you'll need to learn a few tricks. For example, when it's time to go to bed, try leaving your phone in another room. You'll be able to "disconnect" this way and won't be tempted to sit up late at night scrolling through your phone when you should be sleeping.

 

  • Do some exercise 

If at all possible, get some exercise outside. Aim for enough exercise to make you sweat, but

even a short walk is preferable to no exercise at all. Moving around will improve your cognitive functions by getting your blood flowing and sending oxygen to your brain, leaving you feeling energized and alert. You'll also be able to work off any extra anxiety. To help you relax, follow it up with a refreshing shower.


  • Consume a High-Protein Breakfast

Eat breakfast on the day of your exam, but not just any breakfast. Choose a meal that will keep you satisfied, such as fruit and a bagel with peanut butter. You don't want to be nervous and unable to concentrate during your exam. Try drinking some more water instead of reaching for the second (or third, or fourth) cup and see how you feel. 

 

Brilliant tuitions - best online tuitions in Dubai would recommend students to prepare a diet plan to includes foods which helps to boost the brain power and discuss the same with your parents. So our students can have all the foods that require to increase your brain power. Brilliant tutions offers best education by limiting only 3 students per class. Brilliant tuitions - best online tuitions in Dubai provides Personal Mentor, Teaching Concepts with Special Attention.